Elliott Greenleaf wins discharge and satisfaction of multi-million dollar debt following commercial loan foreclosure

Representing the guarantor of a multi-million dollar corporate debt secured by commercial real estate, Elliott Greenleaf won the discharge, release and satisfaction of any balance owing on the debt following foreclosure under Pennsylvania’s Deficiency Judgment Act (“DJA”). The DJA requires a creditor to file a petition to fix fair market value of the foreclosed property, […]

John P. Elliott appointed to Whitpain’s Park and Open Space Board

In December 2013, Whitpain Township’s Board of Supervisors appointed Firm Shareholder John P. Elliott to a five year term on the Township’s Park and Open Space Board. Jack is a leader in the Whitpain community, championship little league coach, and tireless worker to improve facilities for Whitpain families. Jack is also the former President of […]

Elliott Greenleaf’s Shelley A. Kinsella and Eric M. Sutty were speakers at the Bastiat Society Meeting in Greenville, Delaware on November 7, 2013

Ms. Kinsella and Mr. Sutty presented What Bankruptcy Means for a Business Owner. The presentation included a discussion on the purpose of corporate reorganization, the business advantages of bankruptcy, a comparison of the U.S. bankruptcy model versus foreign countries, the history of the Bankruptcy Code up to the most recent amendments, reasons companies seek bankruptcy […]

Elliott Greenleaf Wins Commonwealth Court Appeal

As the municipal solicitor with responsibility for prosecuting criminal violations of the municipality’s zoning code, John G. Dean and Matthew J. Carmody of the Firm’s Wilkes Barre office won an affirmance from the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court of Elliott Greenleaf”s trial convictions of Defendants for violations of a municipal zoning ordinance. After two days of trial, […]

Elliott Greenleaf Wins Dismissal of Former Chief Public Defender’s Constitutional Claims Against Luzerne County

Elliott Greenleaf won dismissal of all claims against Luzerne County and Luzerne County Manager Robert C. Lawton seeking additional government funding for the Public Defender and claiming that criminal defendants were deprived constitutional rights by the alleged lack of funding. The plaintiffs included a former Luzerne County Chief Public Defender and a “class” of criminal […]

Rafael X. Zahralddin Speaks at NACM / TRMG Fall 2013 Conference

Elliott Greenleaf’s Rafael Zahralddin-Aravena was a speaker and panelist at the National Association of Credit Managers (NACM)/Transportation Revenue Management Group (TRMG) Fall 2013 Conference on October 13-15, 2013. The TRMG is an industry specific credit group sponsored by NACM Houston. Its membership community consists of credit and collection professionals in the freight and transportation service […]

Rafael X. Zahralddin and Eric M. Sutty are Speakers at CRF Credit and Accounts Receivable Open Forum Conference

Elliott Greenleaf’s Rafael X. Zahralddin-Aravena and Eric M. Sutty participated as panelists in a presentation called “Unclaimed Property Policies and Procedures: Risk Mitigation in Accounts Receivable” at the Credit Research Foundation Credit and Accounts Receivable Conference in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on October 21, 2013. Mr. Zahralddin and Mr. Sutty discussed basic unclaimed property concepts and […]

Rafael X. Zahralddin and Eric M. Sutty are Speakers at National Builders Group at the Credit Research Foundation

Elliott Greenleaf’s Rafael X. Zahralddin-Aravena and Eric M. Sutty addressed the National Builders Group at the Credit Research Foundation in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on October 23, 2013. Their presentation was titled “Defending Preferences for Construction Industry Defendants”. Mr. Zahralddin and Mr. Sutty discussed preference cases in the construction industry and tailored the presentation for the […]